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SF Peninsula Cities Sued by PG&E

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Menlo Park, Redwood City & Woodside Sued by PG&E to Replace 80 Year Old Gas Line In an attempt to replace three miles of an old gas line and hopefully prevent another catastrophic explosion like the one in San Bruno PG&E has filed three separate lawsuits against the cities of Menlo Park, Redwood City and…

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Choosing the Right Realtor® for You

Shelly Roberson Realtor

Choosing the Right Realtor® Can Make a HUGE Difference in Your Home Buying or Selling Experience! Almost everyone knows a real estate agent.  However, all agents are not created equally.  This is easy to tell when you compare an agent’s experience to others, compare how long they have been in the business, and most importantly…

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Staging a Listing is a “MUST” in Any Market

Staging is Worth the Investment Staging has entered into the ‘standard of practice’ in preparing a home to place on the real estate market.  Making a great first impression, whether via photos on the web, or as the purchaser walks into the front door, has never been much more essential when marketing a property.  In…

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Palo Alto Foothills Park to Expand?

Weigh in on the Palo Alto Foothills Park Expansion The Palo Alto Resident-Only Foothills Park may be expanding under a current proposal in front of the Palo Alto City Council.  In a memo to council members 7.7 acres of city-owned land next to the exclusive Foothills Park preserve was described as an environmentally important riparian…

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New and Expanded Farmer’s Market in Palo Alto

Palo Alto’s California Avenue Farmers Market – Kick-Off This Sunday The new and expanded California Avenue Farmer’s Market is kicking off this Sunday, March 23 from 9A to 1P.  This expanded market will help the city’s massive streetscape project which also began this week. 

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Palo Alto Makes the City “Bike-Friendly”

Palo Alto Plans New Bike Routes Throughout City Three decades after Palo Alto turned Bryant Street into the nation’s first “bicycle boulevard,” the city council is hearing a proposal to create similar bike-friendly routes on Greer Road, Wilkie Way, Park Boulevard and Stanford Avenue.

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Palo Alto High School Gym Bids Farewell

Many Memories Were Made at the Palo Alto High School Gym After 85 years of being a focal point for Viking pride and hosting thousands of events such as games, dances, and rallies, Palo Alto High School community members, esteemed alumni, and current students and staff will spend the afternoon of Sunday, March 16, bidding…

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New Alma Village Grocery Store Sign Getting Complaints

Some People Think it’s Too Big A supermarket that is expected to open in Palo Alto’s Alma Village next month is already drawing complaints over a large sign that recently was installed on Alma Avenue. The large sign is crucial for the grocery store’s survival according to the owner, and the City Council has already…

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Free Wireless Wi-Fi in Mountain View

Google Inks Wi-Fi Deal in Downtown Mountain View Google Inc. said that it is ready to replace its Wi-Fi network in downtown Mountain View which will make the area a ‘free’ outdoor wireless hotspot. On Tuesday night the Mountain View City Council voted to approve a new five-year contract with Google Inc. which will be…

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Palo Alto Wants to Shift Drivers to Trains and Buses

Officials approve exploring an expanded shuttle system, new agency to manage traffic-reduction After months of debate about new garages and permit programs, Palo Alto officials shifted gears on Monday in their search for parking solutions when they approved an ambitious initiative aimed at getting drivers out of cars altogether.

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